2021 Quilt Finishes

Pneuma
74 x 87
10.8 yds



Orphans 
40 x 60
4.3 yds

Pinwheels
40 x 60
4.3 (new)

Autumn
40 x 56
4 yds

Purple & Yellow Orphans
40 x 56
4 yds

Green Squares
40 x 60
4.3 yds (new)

Green Rails
42 x 54 
4.1 yds (new)

Blue Orphans
40 x 48 
3.5 yds


Blue Orphans
40 x 60
4.3 yds

Crumb Stars
40 x 60
4.3 yds

Nancy
36 x 48
3.2 yds

Ice Cream
60 x 80
8.2 yds


Star Bright
40.5 x 58.5
4.3 yds



Warm Uneven Nine Patch
42 x 60
4.5 yds





Flowery Hourglasses
60 x 80
8.2 yds



Creepy Crawlies
Wonky Nine Patch
40 x 40
3 yds



Split Nine Patch
60 x 72
7.4 yds

Dakota Farmer
64 x 80
8.6 yds




Churn Dash Variations
each 40 x 60
each 4.3 yds



In the Pink!
Orphans
40 x 60
4.3 yds



Ribbit!
40 x 60
4.3 yds (new)



Positive Attitude
40 x 59
4.3 yds



I Spy Stars
42 x 56
4.2 yds



In the Jungle
42x54
4.6 yds (pieced back)



Red Orphans
42 x 58
4.4 yds




Let's Party!
54  x 72
7.5 yds




Crossed
57 x 76
7.4 yds

Mother Goose Redwork
44 x 56
4.4 yds




Baskets in the Hollows
58  x 72
7.2 yds




Three Baby Quilts
Each 42 inches square
3.3 yds each

String Stars
70 x 90
10.5 yds




Scrap Bag Medley
64 x 80
8.7 yds



Whirlwind Aftermath
64 x 80
8.7 yds




Tulipa Errata
76 x 76
hand quilted
9.7 yds




Pea Soup
64  x 80
8.7 yds




Two Churn Dash Quilts
40.5 x 60
4.2 yds each


Framed Four Patch and Happy Blocks
67.5 x 82.5
9.4 yds

Economy Blocks
60 x 72
7.4 yds



Feathered Stars
hand quilted
80.5 x 97.75
13.2 yds




Table Runner
13 x 56
1.65 yds




Whigmaleerie
60 x 84
8.5 yds

Crazy Ladies of the Lake
90 x 90
13.5 yds




Zig Zag Table Runner
1.6 yds




Ribbon Candy
63 x 81
8.6 yds



Two baby quilts
#1 - 48 x 56 
4.7 yds
#2 - 36  x36
2.4 yds



Wonky Stars
Donation quilt
40.5 x 58.5
4.2 yds

Rail Fence
90 x 90
13.5 yds


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Fabric Usage 2021
UFOs  = 258.0 yds
New = 56.0 yds

 

3 comments:

Deb said...

Beautiful quilts , thanks for posting them on your site!
Stay safe and sew on !

Chrysanthemum said...

I am using the fabric I’ve “curated” for many years and love what what is happening when I put different pieces together. But I’m wondering how do you figure out your fabric used, when you use scraps? Of course when it comes to figuring out how much I buy, well, there’s no problem with that now, since I don’t buy online....I need to touch....đŸ€«

Karen Marlene Fulbright said...

Love seeing all the gorgeous quilts. Loved 'Hole In The Barn Door' Looks like one my mama would have done. Thanks for sharing!